Baked Cream Cheese & Chutney Samosa

Baked Cream Cheese and Chutney Samosa – these samosas are loaded up with cream cheddar blend seasoned with chutney, green onions, jalapeño, raisins, and cashews.

These make an incredible vegan starter for these special seasons or pretty much any gathering!

Diwali gatherings will be distinctive this time, most will be restricted to a couple of individuals.

Be that as it may, I am certain what won’t be diverse is the food! Diwali is one season that I stand by throughout the year and it’s generally for the food and all the happy vibe.

While we or might not host gatherings this time, yet what I will have is acceptable food. That is the best part of the celebrations, right?

I love making a major supper on Diwali, directly from hors d’oeuvres to primary course and pastries. Growing up, Diwali supper was serious with the entire family getting together and appreciating a huge dinner. So that has remained with me and in a manner causes me to feel nearer to home.

Canapés are my top pick, I love them significantly more than the principle course. Thus this year while pondering Diwali tidbits, I thought of these Cream Cheese Chutney Samosa!

Somewhat not quite the same as common samosa, these turned out so great you all and as a little something extra these are additionally prepared!

In a manner, this samosa is like Spanakopita (the Greek dish). That has feta cheddar and spinach in phyllo batter and this samosa has cream cheddar and green onions in a flaky cake.

If you are an aficionado of those flavors, you will cherish these samosas as well.

These Chutney samosas

✔make the ideal veggie-lover tidbit for occasions and merry season.

✔are prepared and not seared.

✔filled with a rich filling making it different from the typical samosa.

✔pairs well with hot sauce or chutneys.

At whatever point I make the samosa, I for the most part fry them. The principle reason is that I don’t make them regularly.

So every so often when I do make them, I simply wind up singing them. Yet, this time I considered preparing them. I am not enamored with searing, generally because I fear it and I additionally don’t care for burning through so much oil each time I fry things.

I utilized a similar mixture from my samosa formula and just prepared these in the broiler. They came out fresh and flaky.

Sarvesh adored these samosas, he isn’t somebody who loved odd stuff so for him enjoying a samosa that didn’t have potatoes in it was a major win!

We should discuss the filling since that is the thing that makes these extraordinary.

Filling for The Samosa

Cream cheddar: it shapes the base of this filling. I utilize full-fat cream cheddar however low fat ought to most likely work as well.

The main thing is to take out the cream cheddar from the ice chest and let it be at room temperature for quite a long time so that it’s truly mollified when you need to utilize it.

Chutney: so chutney gives that decent flavor to the cream cheddar. I utilized my natively constructed cilantro chutney here, you can utilize your handcrafted form.

Mint cilantro chutney will likewise be truly pleasant here.

Green onions: I love utilizing green onions here, adds pleasant flavor. You can likewise utilize cooked hacked spinach here.

Jalapeño: you can add pretty much of this relying upon zest inclination. Furthermore, if you don’t have jalapeño, Thai green chilies would be a decent substitute.

Cashews and Raisins: for some pleasantness and some crunch, I have utilized these raisins and cashews.

I like utilizing brilliant raisins yet dark will likewise be alright. Furthermore, pistachios will be acceptable here.

I kept the filling pretty basic and added no flavors, simply salt, and pepper. I needed the kinds of the cream cheddar and the chutney to radiate through thus I avoided those.

Be that as it may, on the off chance that you need you can flavor it up.

Utilizing Puff Pastry

If you would prefer not to invest energy making the outside for the samosa, a simpler option is to utilize puff cake sheets.

In the case of utilizing them, at that point adhere to the guidelines on the bundle for the heating time and temperature.

They need less time than the customary covering, generally 20 minutes at 400 F degrees

Heated Samosa Time and Temperature

Heating samosa and accomplishing that flaky and fresh covering is a lot conceivable. Trust me, these samosas were overly flaky and decent.

Above all else do follow the amount referenced for oil in the batter. That is significant for the surface.

At that point roll the batter dainty and even, that will guarantee in any event, preparing.

Use aluminum foil and splash it with oil shower and afterward place formed samosa on top and splash them with oil as well. You can likewise brush them with oil.

375 F degrees for 45 to 50 minutes works best I would say however every stove is extraordinary so keep an eye following 35 minutes or somewhere in the vicinity.

When heated, the samosas would be uniformly cooked.

Serving Suggestions: serve these with either cilantro chutney and sweet tamarind chutney.

Additionally, any hot sauce would be incredible!

These taste best when they are newly heated. I had a few extras which I refrigerated and the following day I warmed them up in the stove at 350 F for 5-10 minutes.

They were still acceptable however not as firm as they were on the day they were newly heated. I have not taken a stab at freezing them yet.

On the off chance that you are exhausted of the normal, worn-out samosa, at that point it’s an ideal opportunity to attempt these!


1- To make the batter, to a huge bowl add flour, salt, and ajwain (carom seeds). Blend utilizing a whisk.

2- Now add 4 tablespoons of oil to the flour.

3- Using your fingers rub the oil with the flour until the oil is all around fused in the entirety of the flour. Do this progression for 1-2 minutes since this is significant. When done, the combination looks like pieces.

4- You realize the batter has enough oil and is very much fused when you press some mixture between your palm and it holds up shape without breaking.

5- Now, begin adding water gradually and begin uniting the batter.

6- Bring the batter together, you simply need to unite the mixture here. There’s no compelling reason to manipulate it and it won’t be a smooth mixture either (that is fine). I added around 7 tablespoons of water here.

Presently cover this batter with a clammy material and rest for 30 to 40 minutes. I generally douse a paper towel in water and afterward crush out all the water and afterward cover my batter with that.

7- Meanwhile work on the filling. Take room temperature relaxed cream cheddar in a bowl and whisk it utilizing a wire whisk or you can utilize your blender too. At that point add 4 tablespoons of cilantro chutney to it and blend well.

8- Add salt, pepper, slashed green onions, jalapeño, brilliant raisins, cashews, and combine it all. The filling is presently done.

9- Now, partition the mixture into 8 equivalent parts, around 50 grams each. Then line a huge preparing sheet with aluminum foil and pre-heat the stove to 375 F degrees.

10- Take one bit of the mixture and move it around, then keep the leftover batter balls covered.

Fold the batter ball into a hover of around 6-inch measurement and afterward cut it into two sections. In the interim blend some flour in with water to frame a thick glue-like consistency, this will go about as a paste to seal the samosa.

11- Take one cut part and apply water-flour glue on the straight edge/side.

12- Now bring the two finishes of the straight edge together and squeeze them to shape a cone. See picture (#12) for reference.

13- Fill with around 2 teaspoons of the readied cream cheddar filling. Try not to overload.

14- Now apply the water-flour stick around the boundary of the cone as you need to seal it and afterward squeeze to seal.

15- The samosa is currently done, make all samosa consistently. You will get 16 samosas out of this since we isolated the mixture into 8 equivalent parts and made 2 samosas from each. Make sure to keep the readied samosa covered unsurpassed while you make all others. You don’t need these to dry out.

16- Once all samosas are done, shower the aluminum sheet with oil splash and afterward organize all readied samosa on it. Again splash the samosas with an oil shower or brush them with oil if you don’t have a splash.

Prepare at 375 F degrees for 45 to 50 minutes until brilliant in shading. Serve these Cream Cheese and Chutney Samosa hot with cilantro chutney, sweet tamarind chutney, or some hot sauce like sriracha.

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